TA Training

 

A page for TA training by certified transactional analysts- workshops run by accredited trainers (TA 101 instructors, PTSTAs, TSTAs). E.g. official TA 101, training groups that are ongoing.

TA 101 – the official introduction to TA. Dates: 7th & 8th May 2021, 1st & 2nd October 2021

TA 202 – a stand-alone 2 day workshop entitled: Making new meaning: Noticing liminal moments as opportunities for change. Having attended a TA 101 is a prerequisite. Dates: 3rd & 4th September 2021

Foundation Group 1

This is a closed group that meets once a month for a full day between January and December 2021. It deepens the TA 101 concepts for the next level of integration and self awareness.

Advanced Educational TA group

This is a closed group that meets once a month for a full day between January and December 2021. It is a multi-level group with trainees who have completed a foundational year or two of TA and have decided to focus on the application within the educational field of TA.

All groups run online using Zoom and are highly interactive. Participants are usually from a wide spread of different countries leading to exciting learning.

For more details see: https://www.tamatters.co.za/workshops-and-ta-training/

Project TA 101 – Personal Tools for Social Transformation

A long term dream to make TA accessible across the globe has resulted in the United States of America Transactional Analysis Association (USATAA) recording a live TA 101 at the 2019 Raleigh Conference. It is now online and free to everyone to listen to the modules in their own time.

Four distinguished trainers share their experience and wisdom in the training:

Vann Joines, Valerie Batts, Felipe Garcia and the late Graham Barnes.

There are videos, a learning guide and a Facebook discussion group to support the learning. The program does not include a TA 101 certificate – this will be awarded on the successful completion of the TA 101 written exam marked by an officially recognised 101 instructor or (P)TSTA

See here for the details and access to the learning